Sample Alabama ballots for the 2022 general election are available for all Alabama counties.
Make sure you are registered to vote before click here.
Get ready for the 2022 election by viewing your sample ballot for the May 24 primary election.
Check your ID! Alabama has specific rules about what ID you are allowed to use to vote. Scroll down for more information.
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Election 2022 May Primary Election Sample Ballot Papers
Click on your county below to see your sample ballot for the election of May 24, 2022.
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Valid ID at the polls
A voter can use one of the following forms of photo ID at the polls beginning June 3, 2014:
- Valid driver’s license (unexpired or expired for less than 60 days)
- Alabama Law Enforcement Digital Driver’s License
- Valid non-driver ID (unexpired or less than 60 days old)
- Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Non-Driver Digital ID
- Alabama Valid Photo Voter ID Card
- Valid state-issued ID (Alabama or any other state)
- Valid release from the AL Department of Corrections – temporary ID (photo required)
- Valid Prison/Prison System AL Movement Sheet/Reservation (Photo Required)
- Valid gun license (photo required)
- Valid federal ID
- Valid US passport
- Valid employee ID of the federal government, Alabama state, county government, municipality, council, authority, or other state entity
- Valid student or employee ID from an Alabama state college or university (including graduate technical or vocational schools)
- Valid military ID card
- Valid Tribal ID
If a voter has one of these IDs, they are not eligible to receive a free Alabama photo voter ID card. The voter must bring one of these photo IDs to the polls on Election Day or place a copy of the ID in mail-in ballots.
A voter required to show valid photo ID but fails to do so will be permitted to vote on a provisional ballot as required by law.
In addition, an elector who does not have valid photo identification in their possession at the polling station is permitted to vote if they are positively identified by two election officers as a registered elector who has the right to vote and that the election officials sign an affidavit declaring this.
For more information, download the Voter identification guide with photo.